Drones have become ubiquitous, and apart from taking stunning videos, are poised to help with everything from disaster recovery to public health.
To the uninitiated, snakes are really just variations on a theme. Some are black, some are green. Some have pointier heads, while others have flatter snouts.
Among the many threats corals face is pollution: the structure and chemical makeup of their skeletons make them so good at capturing, or adsorbing, toxins from the water that even very low l
Oil and water famously don’t mix, and yet it’s very difficult to extricate the former from the latter.
There’s a new taxonomy in the making.
Nature’s most elegant designs may hold the key to super-efficient, ecofriendly technology.
Wind turbines that mimic schooling fish maximize power generation
An entrepreneurial marine geologist from Stanford believes that by mimicking the way marine organisms create shells, he can transform concrete manufacturing from one of the most carbon inten
Tiny gastropod inspires a new generation of armor
A two-centimeter rope of spider silk can hoist an SUV